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  • moebarguy
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    I really didn't want Perez to be back. While he does have age on his side, he just isn't worth it. This contract will come back to haunt us...

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  • NYMets523
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    Originally posted by tomzpc View Post
    Lowe is a ground ball pitcher. It doesn't matter where he pitches as long as you give him a decent defensive infield.
    Stats say otherwise.

    2005 he was better on the road. But look at the following years:

    2006
    Home: 10-4 3.18 ERA 113.1 IP 2.55 K/BB 93 OPS+
    Away: 6-4 4.13 ERA 104.2 IP 1.88 K/BB 108 OPS+

    2007
    Home: 6-6 3.51 ERA 89.2 IP 3.30 K/BB 96 OPS+
    Away 6-8 4.19 ERA 104.2 IP 2.08 K/BB 103 OPS+

    2008
    Home: 2.30 ERA 117.1 IP 3.95 K/BB 70 OPS+
    Away: 4.42 ERA 93.2 IP 2.67 K/BB 134 OPS+

    (OPS+ is obviously what hitters hit against him).

    Lowe preferred Atlanta over the Mets. He would have signed the 3 year offer the Mets gave him if he really wanted to be here (the Braves hadn't been heavily interested until they lost Smoltz and lost out on Burnett).

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  • tomzpc
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    Originally posted by NYMets523 View Post
    They needed another starter and there was no other good option other than Perez.


    Don't get too hyped up on Lowe. He's been a great beneficiary of Dodger Stadium.
    Lowe is a ground ball pitcher. It doesn't matter where he pitches as long as you give him a decent defensive infield. IMO he would have won between 15 and 18 with the Mets and tossed 200+ innings. Can't say that about Ollie.

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  • TarHeelMan
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    I think Lowe would have been a better option. With the emphasis on winning NOW, Lowe is a far more dependable pitcher than Ollie. That performance on Sunday must have had Mets fans feeling very conflicted. I know personally, it was great to see the Phils lose, but it stunk watching Lowe throw inning after inning of shutout ball, thinking about what could have been.

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  • NYMets523
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    They needed another starter and there was no other good option other than Perez.


    Don't get too hyped up on Lowe. He's been a great beneficiary of Dodger Stadium.

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  • LostMet
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    I never understood why the Mets wanted Perez back other than he was younger than some of the options available and capable of throwing 3 to 4 good games per year against the Yankees or Phils. Big Whoop , to me that's not enough. He just gives away too many games during the year, hurts the pen, and appears to have an I don't give a F&^%$ attitude that even Santana is trying to help with. Just a waste of cash on a total goof. I can't stand the guy mostly because of his flakey appearing attitude.

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  • tomzpc
    started a topic Ollie Perez

    Ollie Perez

    Man, I really think that we'll regret this contract. While Lowe's deal with the Braves was too long and for too much, I would trade Ollie and his deal for Lowe's right now. Our rotation would look and feel sooo much better if it was: Santana, Lowe, Pelfrey, Maine and Hernandez as opposed to Santana, Pelfrey, Perez, Maine and Hernandez.

    Sure Ollie will have his share of stellar games but he drives me crazy with the walks and he rarely gives the bullpen a break.

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